Tile about 1575-1600 Turkish (Iznik) The Iznik tiles of the second half of the sixteenth century are justly famous for their bright tomato-red color, which together with black, blue, turquoise, and green were painted in underglaze colors on the flawless white ground.

Tile about Turkish (Iznik) The Iznik tiles of the second half of the…

Tile Date: second half 17th century Geography: Iran Culture: Islamic Medium: Stonepaste; glazed

Tile Date: second half century Geography: Iran Culture: Islamic Medium: Stonepaste;

Tile, second half of 15th century; Mamluk, Egypt

Mirabellicious ♥: The Tile Files: The Hex Factor. Hexagonal Tile from Mamluk Egypt, featuring a botanical design. Via The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

A PAIR OF QAJAR POLYCHROME MOULDED TILES, IRAN, 19TH CENTURY   Of rectangular form, depicting a man and a woman on horseback set in a landscape with tents and buildings in the distance, surmounted by a floral band - each 9 5/8 x 6 1/2in (24.6 x 16.5cm)

Pair of Qajar polychrome molded tiles (Iran, century) depicting a man and a woman on horseback in a landscape with tents and buildings in the distance, surmounted by a floral band - each 9 x 6 x

Turkish Seljuk ceramics. 12-13. century.

کاسه سفالی کاسه سفالی، ایران، پایان قرن 12 یا آغاز قرن 13 میلادی Bowl, Mina'i ("enameled") ware Date: late century Culture: Iran Medium: Composite body, stain-and overglaze-painted Dimensions: Diameter: 7 in.

8"x8" Turkish Ottoman Ceramic Iznik Tile Hot Plate Trivet | eBay

8"x8" Turkish Ottoman Ceramic Iznik Floral Pattern Tile Hot Plate Trivet

Turkish Ottoman Ceramic Iznik Tile Hot Plate Trivet in Pottery & Glass, Pottery & China, Art Pottery, Other Art Pottery

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